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Varsity Softball Blown Out at Lambert

Lambert used four home runs to defeat North Forsyth, 10-0, Thursday afternoon at Lambert.  North will take the weekend off to regroup and come back Tuesday night at West Forsyth.  First pitch is at 7:00.  Good luck, Lady Raiders!

JV Lady Raiders rally to 5-3 victory

North Forsyth’s JV Lady Raiders Softball team scratched out two late runs to defeat Lambert Thursday night at Lambert.  Sarah Lowe went the distance to notch the victory.  North will enjoy a five-day break after a grueling stretch of the schedule that saw them play eight games in a week and a half.  North’s next

Leave a Permanent Mark at North Forsyth!

Hello, North Forsyth Community! NFHS will kick off the 2016-17 school year with our very own, state-of-the-art gymnasium, The Raider Athletic Center. Your purchase will help furnish the RAC with necessities such as lockers, chairs, scorer’s table even concessions stand cabinets and supplies. LEAVE A LEGACY allows individuals, families and businesses to buy a laser

Varsity Softball Shuts Out Milton

Sara King kept the Lady Mustangs in check all evening, throwing a complete-game shutout in an 8-0 blowout at Milton Tuesday night.  King struck out four while keeping Milton off balance by throwing first-pitch strikes to 22 of the 24 hitters she faced.  Freshman shortstop Mallorie Black got four hits in the leadoff role for

JV Softball Rolls to Big Win at Milton

Sarah Lowe threw four innings, only giving up one unearned run, while Kyleigh Sanders came on and threw two innings to close out the Lady Mustangs in an 11-1 rout Tuesday at Milton.  Sanders also added three hits in the blowout win.  The JV Lady Raiders get a welcomed day of rest as they prepare for

Varsity Softball Falls to South

(Article by Michael Foster of the Forsyth County News: http://www.forsythnews.com/section/108/article/30877) Having only one win in its last six games, including three scoreless efforts, South Forsyth knew its first matchup with North Forsyth would be an opportunity to make a statement and remind itself why it’s the defending region champion. The Lady War Eagles probably didn’t think

JV Softball Can’t Hold On vs. South Forsyth

The first of Anslee Anderson’s two doubles drove in two Lady Raiders, but it wasn’t enough as South Forsyth tallied six runs in the top half of the sixth inning pulling out an 8-4 win over the JV Lady Raiders Monday afternoon at Raider Field.  North Forsyth drops its second straight contest and will try to

JV Softball Falls Late vs. Cambridge

The North Forsyth JV Girls Softball team was supposed to have played a pair of games today in the South Forsyth JV Tournament, however the first game against Brookwood was canceled when Brookwood coaches determined that the field was unplayable.  North was able to get the second game in vs. Cambridge early in the afternoon. Sarah

North Football Drops First Road Test

Article courtesy of the Forsyth County News (http://www.forsythnews.com/section/110/article/30874) JOHNS CREEK – A one-hour lightning delay, two blocked punts and a quarterback catching his own pass– three different happenings you don’t see every day in a football game all happened Friday night when the North Forsyth Raiders were unable to hold off John’s Creek in a

JV Lady Raiders Complete Sweep of Etowah

The JV Lady Raiders got a pair of wins Friday night at North Forsyth as part of the South Forsyth JV Tournament. In the first game, a 2-0 Raider win, the story was starting pitcher, Sarah Lowe.  Once again, Lowe was dominant and helped offset a stagnant offense while keeping the Lady Eagles in check.